Trial of William Bushnell, MD, Milton Fuller, MD, Samuel Gregg...
The Medical Establishment vs. Homeopathy [Trials]. Massachusetts Medical Society. Trial of William Bushnell, M.D., Milton Fuller, M.D., Samuel Gregg, M.D., H.L.H. Hoffendahl, M.D., George Russell, M.D., I.T. Talbot, M.D., David Thayer, M.D., And Benj. H. West, M.D., All of Boston, for Practicing Homoeopathy, While They Were Members of the Massachusetts Medical Society. Boston: Printed for the Examination and Consideration of the Fellows of the Massachusetts Medical Society, 1873. 60,  pp. Octavo (9" x 6"). Stab-stitched pamphlet in printed wrappers. Moderate toning, light soiling to exterior, wear to corners of text block, moderate edgewear and a few chips and small tears to first and final leaves. $350. * Only edition. Founded in 1781, the Massachusetts Medical Society played a leading role in the professionalization of American medicine. This process entailed the discrediting of alternative--some would say rival--medical systems. Homeopathy was one of them. This hearing led to the dismissal of several doctors who incorporated homeopathic methods into their practice. The Society's efforts helped to marginalize homeopathy in the United States; the last school of homeopathic medicine closed in 1920. However, homeopathy began to enjoy a revival in the 1990s and the medical establishment has begun to incorporate some of its practices. OCLC locates 5 copies in law libraries (Harvard, Trial Court Law Library, Lowell, University of Washington, University of Missouri, Social Law).
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